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. to the extent that taxes go up, personal taxes go up, i assume that's going to affect -- could affect people in their plans to do, you know, kitchens and bathroom remodels. but there is some uncertainty. but at this point in time we're projecting to end the year to $7 million. that includes 5 million in revenue and 2 million in expenditures. right now year over year if you compare where we were last year, which remember last year was a good year, where we were last year to in october to a year to date now, we're actually up 37% in revenues. and if you look at the measure -- not the whole measure, but a measure of our issued permits, you see that the majority of the increases occur between the 10,000 to the 1 million, which is a large range. but that's in term of the valuation of the permits. anecdotally we're seeing a lot of permits that are coming through the system. we're seeing a lot of the impact fees being paid now that were incurred in 2005. so, we are seeing people finish up the projects that are sitting -- either doing it because of the economy or it takes a long time to get through
$55 million in tax revenue. nightlife is the only significant industry in this city that sometimes gets treated at times as it is a nuisance, a problem to be managed. and of course, we have to focus on making sure it is safe and that people are complying with the laws and that we are not having shooting. but when you get so focused on combating the negatives -- every industry has the negatives. you can sometimes lose sight of the positives and we know there are a huge positives for nightlife in the city. we know that a lot of our street shares are at risk -- street fairs are at risk of being given fees to death. we have completely outdated the planning commission like that mission how are used district, which makes it extremely hard to do anything alcohol related in a big swath of the mission. there was a bowling alley that wanted to go in at 17th and van ness and they were not going to be able to do it because they would have been banned from even selling beer. that is the tip of the iceberg in terms of planning provisions that make it hard to foster a knife in the city. we are no
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